‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7: Jon Snow And Daenerys Storyline Hinted At In Leaked Set Photos

Ask most Game of Thrones fan what they’d like to see in Season 7, and among the things they list you will probably hear that they’d like to see Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen together. Some would like to see them marry and rule Westeros together. While we don’t have any indication one way or the other on whether or not that will happen in Season 7, photos leaked from the Game of Thrones set seem to indicate that the two will meet.

A meeting between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen is inevitable before Game of Thrones wraps for good, and fan website Watchers on the Wall has been providing a steady stream of photos and spoilers about Season 7. Some of them strongly suggest a meeting between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen. Before we get to that, we need to talk about where it seems much of the Season 7 storyline will take place — in the Dragonpit.

Back in August, WOW reported that the Game of Thrones crew has been spotted filming in Spain at a location that appears to be where Season 7 will feature the Dragonpit. In case you haven’t read the books, the Dragonpit was located in King’s Landing. It was a huge building on a hill and was where the Targaryens kept their dragons. It was destroyed and left in ruins, but it appears that Daenerys will be returning, a fitting spot for her to head to when she finishes her voyage.

That brings us to the photos that were leaked this week. They are also from the Game of Thrones set in Spain. Here’s one of them.


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Jon Snow and Davos are obviously not in Winterfell in this photo. As mentioned above, this was taken near the spot that will represent the Dragonpit, where Daenerys expected to spend much of the next season. That begins the speculation about Jon and Dany meeting. But wait, there’s more! Here’s another photo.

Yes, that’s Missandei, Grey Worm, and Varys. And if you go to the actual article, you’ll see Daenerys and Tyrion walking behind them. This appears to be the same bridge that Jon and Davos were walking on, so they are all apparently at the same location. That doesn’t necessarily mean they will meet, but it definitely increases the odds. It does, however, confirm that Season 7 of Game of Thrones will find Dany in King’s Landing — a big development in itself.

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The presence of all these characters in one place has a few more interesting implications. For one, Tyrion being in King’s Landing means that he will likely encounter his sister Cersei at some point, something that hasn’t happened for years. Cersei is likely to not take well to him being Daenerys’ Hand. These two powerful Game of Thrones women are bound to have some awesome clashes. It will be interesting to see how Tyrion figures into it all.

Don’t forget, though, that the photos also mean that Tyrion and Jon Snow will be in the same place, which is another meeting that hasn’t happened for years. The last time they were in the same place was when Tyrion left Castle Black and was soon captured by Lady Catelyn. There should be quite an interesting conversation between these two.

Last, but not least, is the little fact that Jon doesn’t yet know and that Game of Thrones fans are eager for him to know. Will he find out in Season 7 that he is part Targaryen? Will he find out before or after he meets Dany? Will they hate each other when they meet, or will they, as many fans are hoping, fall in love? What advice will Tyrion give Dany about dealing with the King of the North?

These are just a few of the questions Game of Thrones fans are eager to have answered. Unfortunately, we have a long wait — likely until Summer of 2017.

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